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New developments in the manufacturing industries require reexamining both the performance evaluation techniques and the concept of performance itself. As to evaluation, the return on investment model ROI, popular during the 1950s throughout the 1970s, has faced much criticism that in the 1980s...
This paper extends previous research by reexamining the difference in crosssectional variability of Japanese and U.S. pricetoearnings PE ratios. A simple model is developed to decompose the variance of the PE ratio into three components the variance of the pricetobook PB ratio, the variance of...
This study examines the relationship between U.S. monetary policy changes and financial market reactions in particular, the fluctuations in interest rates and exchange rates for the U.S., Britain, Canada, France, Germany, and Japan are related to changes in the U.S. Federal Reserve discount rate...
The purpose of this paper was to explore the motivation and rationale behind international investment to better explain the conflicting results reported in previous research and to provide some answers to the current debate on international diversification. Monthly return data and annual...
This article reports the results of tests used to detect shifts in the systematic risk of multinational corporations concurrent with regulations mandating new financial reporting requirements for foreign currency translations. Results indicate significant beta shifts, suggesting that management...
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